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  • Preventing PeopleSoft Breaches

    Sponsored by: Appsian

    Due to the ever-evolving threat landscape, organizations are facing data breaches from both outside and within the perimeter. As a result, IT security teams need to rethink their traditional security strategies, which focus primarily on the perimeter, and shift towards application and credential-level security. Read on to learn more.

  • Decoding Customer IAM (CIAM) vs. IAM

    Sponsored by: Okta

    While most organizations can agree that identity and access management (IAM) is essential to data protection, there is a split between those who adopt broad IAM and customer-focused IAM (CIAM). This white paper provides an overview of IAM and CIAM and highlights the key similarities and differences between them.

  • The New Era of Fraud: A Bot-Driven Threat

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    With most attacks happening at the app level, protecting the capabilities that drive your business means protecting the apps that make them happen. This article highlights the many faces of fraud and some of the common tactics used to detect and prevent attacks. Read on to learn more.

  • Pitney Bowes - Okta + F5 joint case study

    Sponsored by: Okta

    In this case study, uncover how Pitney Bowes partnered with Okta and F5 Networks to achieve greater scale, security and reliability for the over 2.8 million users within their cloud-based global e-commerce platform.

  • Build vs. Buy

    Sponsored by: Okta

    IT teams have increasingly turned to pre-built tools to offload some of the burden of application development. Customer identity and access management (CIAM) presents developers with a broad range of challenges that a trusted identity layer can help offload easily. Read on to explore the challenges and benefits of CIAM.

  • Assess Secure Web Gateways to Suit Your Network Security Needs

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    Secure web gateways are complex security controls that sit between the user and the internet to protect the organization from advanced web security threats. This buyer’s guide can help simplify the buying process by addressing the key considerations for evaluating a secure web gateway and the features and functionality these products offer.

  • What Every Company Should Know About Cookies

    Sponsored by: Namogoo

    Nearly every website relies on cookies to allow them to collect specific data on their visitors to enhance customer experience. But as helpful as they can be, the information stored on them can pose a privacy risk. In this e-book, explore the various types of cookies and how they will be affected by data privacy laws.

  • The Security Concerns of Cloud Cryptomining Services

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    With the rise in value and popularity of cryptocurrencies, cybercriminals are often targeting them in their attacks. Since cloud mining providers aren’t bound by the same regulations as a traditional bank, it’s more critical than ever for investors to consider the security practices of cloud cryptomining companies. Read on to get started.

  • 9 Email Security Features to Help Prevent Phishing Attacks

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    For as long as email exists, phishing will continue to be a threat. While the risks of phishing can’t be eliminated, your organization can enhance its email security to prevent a breach. In this e-guide, discover 9 email security features designed to help prevent phishing attacks.

  • The Top Automated Bot Threats and How to Stop Them

    Sponsored by: Radware

    Global bot traffic is escalating and intensifying, and malicious bots can now mimic human behavior to scrape data, take over accounts and commit payment fraud. Staying ahead of these threats is important and thus requires security capabilities to detect and stop them. Learn more now.

  • Online Privacy in a World of Third-Party Services

    Sponsored by: Namogoo

    As companies continue to rely on third-party services to enhance the experience of their websites, they risk increasing the vulnerability of customer data. In this e-book, discover the benefits of third-party software, how it works, and why it’s critical to take appropriate security measures when considering a vendor. Read on to learn more.

  • Endpoint Security Buyer’s Guide: Protect, Detect, Respond

    Sponsored by: Tanium

    Endpoints are critical to protect, as they are the most common areas for cyberattacks and breaches. This buyer’s guide is designed to help your organization evaluate endpoint security capabilities and identify gaps by focusing on the key aspects of various endpoint security tactics. Download this guide to get started.

  • New 2019 Cybercrime Report Tracks Growing Threat of Networked Cybercrime

    Sponsored by: LexisNexis® Risk Solutions

    The LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report provides unique insight into global transaction patterns and emerging cybercrime threats. Join this 50-minute webinar to learn key findings and insights from the 2019 LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report.

  • Safeguard your Private Keys with AppViewX

    Sponsored by: AppViewX

    When a private key is uncovered by malicious actors, valuable data is compromised through the impersonation of an enterprise’s servers. So, how should enterprises properly safeguard their private keys? Learn how your enterprise can essentially replace the vulnerable private key inventories.

  • Malicious Cryptomining Moves Mainstream

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    The threat of malicious cryptomining will continue to grow. If you’re not protected, it can cost you in all kinds of ways. Find out how to protect your network and your valuable resources in this e-book.

  • Do You Know DNS Security?

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Users are working off-hours, off-network, and off-VPN. Are you up on all the ways DNS can be used to secure them? Download this resource to test your DNS security knowledge with an 8-question interactive quiz.

  • Buyer’s Guide for Certificate Lifecycle Automation

    Sponsored by: AppViewX

    The number of certificates in your infrastructure is growing with no signs of slowing down. An expiry or certificate-related issue will not only cause an application outage but could also cripple your trust-based systems. In this white paper, uncover a checklist to help you re-evaluate your current certificate management methods.

  • Prescriptive, Unbiased Website Security Advice

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    The ecommerce economy continues to grow with nearly $3.5 trillion spent in 2019. Website owners have an obligation to protect their sites, their data, and their customers to ensure the integrity of online transactions. In this resource, explore a list of recommendations to help organizations ensure website security.

  • 10 Commandments for Securing Microservices

    Sponsored by: Radware

    Before considering any next-generation WAF solution, make sure it meets the requirements of both development and operations (DevOps) and security teams. This resource provides a checklist of 10 characteristics to look for when considering protection to data and applications in a service mesh architecture.

  • Introduction to DevSecOps

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    Gartner has named DevSecOps one of their fastest-growing areas of interest and predicts that DevSecOps will be embedded into 80% of rapid development teams by 2021. In this white paper, explore 4 core practices to any DevSecOps initiative.

  • State of the Internet: Financial Services Attack Economy

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    The financial services industry is one of the most sought-after targets for attackers. Staying aware of new attack trends is imperative for financial organizations to keep their systems and customers safe. In the 2019 State of the Internet: Security Financial Services Attack Economy Report, learn how to protect against emerging threats.

  • Web App Firewall Webinar

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    In the past couple of years, organizations have seen a spike in attacks that are focused on getting malicious crypto into the browser in order to exfiltrate data. In this video, Aanand Krishnan from Tala Security discusses how your organization is exposed to web application attacks on the browser side and how to protect your organization.

  • Web Application Firewall Vendor Comparison Report

    Sponsored by: Barracuda

    The following vendor-agnostic Gartner report provides a comprehensive overview of the web application firewall (WAF) market and dissects the strengths and drawbacks of 12 WAF vendors. Download now to use this exclusive resource to decide for yourself which solution provides the best fit for your enterprise.

  • API Security: What You Need to Do to Protect Your APIs

    Sponsored by: Data Theorem

    Despite growing awareness of API security, breaches continue to occur. API management and web application firewall vendors are addressing the problem. But, application leaders must design and execute an effective API security strategy to protect their APIs. In this Gartner report, discover recommendations for developing an API security strategy.

  • Why Should I Care About SSL/TLS Decryption?

    Sponsored by: Gigamon

    On the heels of the Equifax breach, we are reminded of the importance of efficient decryption for effective threat detection. In this webcast, Druce McFarlane, Director of Product Management at Gigamon, discusses how TLS/SSL encryption has become a threat vector, and how to make sure your detection tools are working at their greatest capacity.

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